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The Clerk, starring Charles Laughton
Selected-scene commentary by film professor William Paul
Play of the Week: A Choice of Coward, a 1964 British television production
New interview with Joseph McBride on Lubitsch
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Kim Morgan
On this note, I feel like I should clarify something.
Even in today's society where you may see the banal gigolo with his women, in this case, its two men who love the same woman and woman who loves both men.
Thankfully Lubitsch, well-known for his sophisticated film making style, was able to make this delight prior to the enforcement of the production code.
*** Warning- there a few relatively minor spoilers in this review ***
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